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Co-Parenting: A Primary Focus of this Blog
As a family law attorney, divorced mother of one, married stepmother of one and mother of whom I will lovingly call the “linking child” (i.e. the child of a second marriage where one or both spouses have children from a prior marriage),read more
Co-Parenting: Who Should Attend the Children’s Events?
From a legal standpoint, there are no consequences for anyone in this scenario. Some custody agreements specifically provide for birthday party arrangements, most don’t. This is one of those things that parents must resolve outside of the courtroom. Either parent can throw a birthday party and may invite whomever th
Co-Parenting: When the Ex Won’t Exercise Visitation With the Kids
From a legal standpoint, there is nothing you can do to force Mom to take care of her son. Dad already has primary physical custody and should be receiving child support. A judge will not force a parent to exercise her custody rights. If you are incurring childcare costs because of her refusal to take her son on her w
Addictions and Child Custody
The most common issue I see as a family law practitioner is addiction. Many times the same addiction issues that lead to the divorce itself are a focus in the resulting custody proceedings.
Try to come to an agreement with your spouse about alimony and child support, at least temporarily.
When preparing for separation and divorce, divide up your bank accounts.
When going through a divorce, don't forget to take care of yourself.